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After our first meeting with Eric and Lisa this Spring all I could think was these guys are totally cool, calm and collective.  Mainly because they booked us just weeks before their wedding and the time crunch didn’t faze them one bit.  Which I totally love and admire since I am a planner to the bone.  The more we got to know them and hear about their wedding day we knew this was going to be an amazing way to start our California wedding adventure.Lisa loves the history and style of the 1930’s, Eric is a true handyman and this wedding became a meaningful family/friends DIY project.  Friends made the ring pillows and party favors, Lisa’s older sister made the wedding cake and her younger sister helped make the bouquets and wreaths by plucking lavender and greenery straight from Lisa’s backyard!  Most impressive was that Lisa made her own 1930’s inspired wedding dress.  Sewing is a family tradition, as her grandma, mom, sister and cousin all made their own dresses.  We were so impressed and it turned out beautifully!  Naturally we fell in love with their love for eachother, family and creativity.  They were a blast and we couldn’t have been happier to get our first taste of California weddings with Eric and Lisa.

Much love, Courtney

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